Upcoming Events

JUSTRAC offers a variety of Learning Opportunities throughout the year. See below for the most up-to-date information about upcoming opportunities.


Upcoming JUSTRAC Events

Rule of Law Systems:
Program Measurement Workshop

May 8, May 15, May 22, May 29

This workshop will focus on measuring rule of law programs. Program participants will learn and practice applying key skills necessary for measuring effective projects. Course content will focus on how country context and a systems perspective on justice helps develop better program measurement systems. Participants will learn how to build useful indicators that provide valuable information on progress related to program interventions. Participants will become familiar with different programming modalities and understand how to creatively design projects closely linked to the problems they aim to ameliorate. Finally, participants will have opportunities to practice the skills they learn in an interactive measurement system development module.


Museum Heist:
An Anticorruption Simulation

June 26-28, 2024

The Museum Heist is an interactive, game-ified learning experience designed to educate participants about corruption, comparative justice systems, and the complexities of foreign assistance in an immersive and high-yield learning environment. Corruption is one of the most high-profile challenges faced by citizens, business, reformers, and government staff in nearly every discipline from health to law enforcement to war fighting. The U.S. government has made combating corruption a national security priority. This simulation is a highly interactive venue for ROLC to aid government staff to gain actionable insights into the “corruption conundrum.” This museum heist scenario aims to harness the power of game playing to enhance learning outcomes regarding corruption for adult learners in the federal government.


Core Training:
Understanding and Analyzing Corruption

August 7-8, 2024

This two-day training will address the causes and consequences of corruption, examining the antagonism between corruption and the rule of law. It will explore the systemic nature of both justice systems and systems of corruption. Participants will work through practical exercises to develop their own detailed understanding of corruption and grapple with how it manifests in their country of focus. Participants will be challenged to broaden the way in which they understand corruption and be prepared to account for corruption in their program design work based on the analysis performed during this training session. Participants will leave the training with a more sophisticated understanding of what corruption is, the difficulties in identifying corruption, how corruption acts as a spoiler to rule of law, and how corruption evolves to resist reform efforts.


Programmatic Responses Corruption

August 21-22, 2024

Building upon the analytical foundation provided in the previous JUSTRAC Training “Understanding and Analyzing Corruption,” this two-day training will enable participants to not only expand their knowledge of anti-corruption efforts beyond traditional approaches but also to utilize concrete tools to respond to anti-corruption holistically, creatively, and strategically. Participants will apply these tools in a group setting drawing from hypothetical scenarios that will illustrate the challenges outlined during the training. At the end of the training, participants will leave with a nuanced and sophisticated understanding of programmatic responses to corruption as well as templates for all tools used throughout the training to apply to their own country of focus.

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